This new design of my website is almost 49 days old now. I am turning 22 this August and this journey in story telling through photography has no turning back. The start of 2014 was a kickoff to my whole team. Every day we find our ways to inject our brain with creativity in every endeavor we dive in.
My team is very busy in continuously developing our brand – I make sure to wake up daily and create the little steps to make me closer my bigger goal. The whole team Project JDG photographers to photography assistants and the editors is close to my heart as they the prime contributors to make my mission to snapshot memories every project. With the challenge to hold two brands, most especially managing team Little J Photography who catches the rain of blessings for kiddie parties – God has been faithfully nurturing me to be a better person in every detail of my life.
I handle clients as if they’re family. It is for the main reason that people trusting me to photograph a historical event in one’s life is just magical. The feeling is way beyond fulfillment.
I could remember the good old times two years ago.
I’ll beg my classmates to lend me their camera and shoot random events to nurture my craft. Today, I am dramatically thankful that we have a wide variety of equipment to survive in different challenges of lighting in every project. The process of upgrading our creativity and commitment higher is our life long mantra in team Project JDG.
I’m not blogging to swagger that I am this and that hoopla. We still have a lot more dreams to put into reality! I am here sitting, putting my mind and soul to this blog telling the dreamers out there that whatever road of life you’re driving into, never give up from turning that dream goal to your reality. As John Maxell says, “whatever plan you do, don’t allow yourself to stay on a plateau. Commit yourself to climb a mountain of personal potential – a little at a time – throughout your life. It’s a journey you’ll never regret having made.”
Let’s keep on moving forward!
Talking about moving, I am sharing this wonderful blog to you of our sophisticated debutante, Joe.
I’ve met Joe through a good friend, my former photographer Allen, whose friend also happens to be a friend of Joe. Mark, I owe this one to you! Basically, it’s just a very small world! Joe’s personality was very challenging for me. Her eyes were striking and my shy-ish moment just kicked in the first time we met for her pre debut session.
I always encourage my clients to have a pre shooting session with our team because it is very essential stretch for the big day. Pre photography session (pre debut & pre wedding) is the moment to know each other more and mainly to run-through the basic camera projections for the big day.
Joe’s willingness to embrace sophistication was easy as 1,2,3! My new excitement is, when will you embrace sophistication? 😉